12 Books That Changed My Life // From The Happiness of Pursuit and The Art of Asking, to His Dark Materials, and The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Fiction and non-fiction of every kind, books have shaped my life from the moment I could read. I'm sharing y
The Book of Wanderings: A Mother-Daughter Pilgrimage by Kimberly Meyer via @AOL_Lifestyle Read more: https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/05/06/11-books-all-mother-and-daughter-duos-should-read/22071476/?a_dgi=aolshare_pinterest#fullscreen
In 1912, the SS Birmingham approaches India. On board is Morgan Forster, novelist and man of letters, who is embarking on a journey of discovery. This book evokes the life and work of EM Forster, his travels to India, and the freedom and inspiration he found there.
From Slave Ship to Harvard: Yarrow Mamout and the History of an African American Family by James H. Johnston. $25.67. Author: James H. Johnston. Publisher: Fordham University Press (May 14, 2012). Publication: May 14, 2012. 288 pages
Mary Gaunt (1872-1942), novelist and travel writer, is the most famous Australian lady traveler. She swung her way through the Gold Coast of Africa in a hammock, carried by native men. Her particular interest was describing the domestic life and social customs of the African peoples she encountered. Like Mary Kingsley, she was critical of missionary methods and of pre-War British imperialist attitudes.